London College of Music

Music Management

Undergraduate courses

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BMus (Hons) Music Performance with Music Management 

Our courses in music performance combine a university education with professional training that develops your musicianship skills as well as analytical and critical abilities. This is enhanced by one-to-one lessons that focus on developing your individual instrument skills. London College of Music (LCM) has many connections with the music industry, arts organisations and prominent performance venues. Our teaching staff are established professionals who are pre-eminent in their respective fields, and there is a rich programme of performance events and workshops throughout each year.

BA (Hons) Music Management

This exciting new undergraduate course is taught by a team of highly experienced music business practitioners. It is an excellent opportunity to gain an all-round grounding in the skills and knowledge you will need for a career in the music business. If you are interested in the business side of music, this compelling course will help you develop the key skills and knowledge you will need for success in today’s music business.

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Postgraduate courses

MA Music Industry Management and Artist Development

This Music Industry Management and Artist Development course gives you the skills and knowledge not only to manage your own career - or an artist you represent - but also to be employable across a wider range of sectors in the music industry other than just performance.

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National Student Survey 2017


94% of students on our BA (Hons) Music Management course were satisfied with academic support they received.

National Student Survey 2017

What our students say

Alex WisemanI love the range of modules the course provides, for example one semester we looked at the legal side of the music industry, something which I knew nothing about and really enjoyed learning, then the next semester we looked at the technical aspects of creating music and running live shows. This variety means that we have a range of knowledge in all aspects of the industry, which in turn makes us better managers. Alex Wiseman, 2nd year BA (Hons) Music Management student